Many ASCL members around the country are having to make do
with crumbling buildings and learning spaces that aren't fit for purpose.
However, argues Marcus Orlovsky, even with the Building Schools for the Future
programme, we are in danger of creating a newer version of the same problems
unless we change our thinking about learning spaces. >>more>>
When you've done all you can with existing Victorian
buildings and 1960s blocks and they still aren't fit for purpose, what do you
do? Schools and colleges are coming up with creative solutions to meeting their
need for better facilities. Here are two examples. >>more>>
'Damaging and misleading' was ASCL's view of the publicity
surrounding the publication of the Ofsted annual report in October.
'Satisfactory', it was reported, is no longer good enough. HMCI Christine
Gilbert tells ASCL members her side of the story. >>more>>